Research Analyst Samuel Hickey appeared on a recent episode of the Power Play podcast, where he discusses China’s recently launched hypersonic weapon, the state of China’s current nuclear arsenal, export control initiatives, and China-U.S. relations surrounding nuclear weapons and arms control.
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey wrote an op-ed in The Diplomat arguing that engaging China in talks for its accession to the Missile Technology Control Regime could open the way for broader arms control talks. “The November 15 virtual summit between Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping produced no breakthroughs, but clearly both Washington and Beijing are […]
Senior Fellow John Isaacs wrote an op-ed in the National Interest arguing that an effective policy response to China’s military buildup should consider all aspects of the situation, not just the potential numbers of nuclear weapons or ships, and employ all instruments of policy, not just the military. “In early November, the Defense Department released […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke to Overnight Defense & National Security about China’s recent test of a hypersonic weapons system. Samuel Hickey, a research analyst for the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, says the test shows that the U.S. and China need to communicate with each other on strategic defense. “All it really does […]
By John Erath While the news that the United States plans to help Australia build and operate nuclear submarines has recently made headlines, the real story may be the one remaining below the (metaphorical) surface. The obvious aspect to note of the September 15 announcement is that it provides another signal that the Biden administration […]